Disney's parks closed last spring as the pandemic started spreading in the U.S. The Florida parks reopened this summer, but the California parks have yet to reopen as the company awaits guidance from the state of California. Walt Disney World in Florida has around 77,000 employees, while the Disneyland Resort in California has more than 30,000 workers. The job cuts are contained to just those employees working at Disneyland and California Adventure parks, and roughly two-thirds of the layoffs ...
Donald Trump and Joe Biden will face off in the first 2020 presidential debate on September 29. Mr. Biden reported $135,116 in salary from the University of Pennsylvania - he went on unpaid leave in April 2019 - and some five- and six-figure speaking fees on a financial disclosure form he filed earlier this year.
House Democrats are going back to the drawing board on a huge COVID-19 relief bill , paring back the measure in an attempt to jump-start negotiations with the Trump administration. "That won't get us an inch closer". "The public is going to have to see why $2.2 (trillion), or now $2.4 (trillion), perhaps, is necessary", she said, adding that President Donald Trump's "denial of the virus, and resistance to do anything to crush it, has made matters worse".
Discussions with both parties were described as "ongoing". "There can be no certainty that any offer for William Hill will be made, nor as to the terms on which any offer might be made", the takeover target added. Bengtsson was previously William Hill's chief digital officer. Shares in FTSE 250-listed William Hill surged 39% to 303.10 pence each following the news, valuing the company at almost GBP3.2 billion.
The same $500-a-week floor would be placed under employment insurance benefits for those eligible for the program. Jobless benefits through this EI program will be available for at least 26 weeks, and claimants will be allowed to earn more than they did under the CERB, up to $38,000 annually, before being completely cut off.
While BMW shares are not sold in U.S. markets, the German automaker regularly sells bonds to U.S. investors, reaching $18 billion during the period involved, which made it subject to SEC's oversight. The SEC said BMW resolved the charges without admitting or denying the claims, which is common practice for these sorts of settlements. BMW's penalty was lowered as a result of its cooperation with the SEC.